Q: How can I include a section about expected results while writing my proposal?

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It’s a good idea to include a section on expected results in your proposal. This section can be used to inform the reviewers about the significance of the study. You can describe what kind of results will be expected based on the problems identified and methodology proposed. The results need not be accurate but should define what is the overall outcome expected from your proposed research. For example, if you propose to study cross amyloidogenesis between two proteins using transgenic models, you expect to find whether the cross amyloidogenesis exists or not.


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